The conference this year will be in Wichita. Make sure to mark your calendars now to join us in November! The deadline to register before prices increase is Oct. 27!Read More
Now accepting Water Technology Farm 2020 growing season interest.Read More
Five counties (Hamilton, Kearny, Finney, Gray and Ford) have the opportunity to help update a groundwater study.Read More
The Kansas Reservoir Protection Initiative is to enhance sediment reduction efforts on lands above four federal reservoirs including Fall River, Kanopolis, John Redmond and Tuttle Creek.Read More
To see flooding information in Kansas and the support KWO provides, visit our webpageRead More
Fifteen farms have now been established in Kansas focusing on water conservation and better management practices.
These reports are intended to provide a background of regional issues and record the progress towards regional goals and the Long-Term Vision for the Future of Water Supply in Kansas.